Is there slip for 386/ix?
ji at close.columbia.edu
Wed Jan 3 10:12:09 AEST 1990
In article <1990Jan1.172600.1208 at esegue.segue.boston.ma.us> johnl at esegue.segue.boston.ma.us (John R. Levine) writes:
>Has anyone come up with a version of slip for 386/ix host-based TCP/IP?
>The best would be something which lets a remote machine log in like a user,
>then start a slip session, sort of like uucp, but anything will do.
>I know how simple slip is, the problem would be getting the async and tcp
>drivers to talk to each other.
There is the `official' Interactive implementation, which should be out
with the next release of HB TCP/IP (I think). Ask your sales droid.
If you are really in a hurry, or want to look at some crufty code, I
can send you the SLIP package I wrote a couple of months ago. It never
got beyond beta-test (I had no real use for it -- I wrote it as an
excersise in STREAMS programming, before I wrote another driver for an
experimental network interface I'm using), but apparently people have
been using it successfully.
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